I saw this the other day on Keith Carson's Facebook page, our old friend and weatherman at WCSH and now with the Weather Channel, he share that the National Weather Service has released their three-month forecast.
The National Weather Service has declared this week Tsunami Preparedness Week for the State of Maine. What? Is a tsunami actually possible for Maine? Well, there's good news and bad news. According to the NWS: THE GEORGES BANK SHELTERS THE COAST FROM A MAJOR TSUNAMI THREAT... Read More ...
WSI, a division of The Weather Company, has issued their January through March 2016 outlook update. The forecast includes the potential for a significant cold snap in parts of the central and eastern states starting in the middle portion of January.
Our late afternoon announcer, Mike Poulin, called me the grim reaper, because I told him that we could get up to a foot of snow this weekend. Let me make this perfectly clear, I am not a snow fan. I am just a weather geek.